The poet does appreciation of vulture along with analysis of his critical and dirty work and then humorously asks is sparrow still citizen [civilized]?
Author: Anwaar Ahmed
In “The Killers”, Ernest Hemingway creates an insecurity through analysis of fear. Every moment of the story is full of suspense.
Richard Wilbur has done analysis of the senselessness towards waste newspapers in “After the Last Bulletins” as revealed by its critical appreciation
Geoffrey Chaucer becomes a poet of connected link between the medieval and modern wolds so far as English poetry is concerned. He is poet of both ages.
“Heart of Darkness” is indirect attack on colonialism and Joseph Conrad made it possible only through symbols. He shows his truthful experiences via symbols
“Love and Marriage” is common theme of Austen’s novels. “Pride and Prejudice” is a clear representation of theme of “love and marriage”.
“The Prologue to the Canterbury Tales” shows Chaucer’s exceptional art of characterization. Marvelous art of characterization represents Chaucer’s whole era
Existentialism deals with individual existence, freedom and choice. “Waiting for Godot” shows it and is called play that advocates theory of existentialism.
Work that deals with theory of existentialism comes in the category of “existentialist literature”. Existentialism is added in literature to show existence.
Mr. Darcy has been demonstrated as true friend, loving brother and considerate master in “Pride and Prejudice”. He shows Austen’s art of characterization.
Samuel Beckett had largest contribution in “Absurd Theater”. His play “Waiting for Godot” also belonged to the same category and was called an absurd play.
Dr. Faustus is definitely a tragic hero as per parameters, given in “Poetics” by Aristotle: noble, neither good nor bad, suffers, falls from prosperity.
Culture is the name of social norms, behaviors, and customs of society and imperialism is a strategy to enhance power by gaining more and more territory.
Pope wrote “The Rape of the Lock” on friend’s request, hence, the main purpose of the poem was not to mirror the eighteenth century aristocratic society.
“Of Parents and Children” is a suggestive essay, in which Sir Francis Bacon provides some suggestions, through which parents can bring up their children.
“Of Nobility” is also based on philosophy of worldly wisdom. In this essay, Sir Francis Bacon talks about the benefits of nobility in this world.
Superstition is the most highlighted topic even in the modern era. Sir Francis Bacon, in “Of Superstition”, talks about the intellectual blindness of people
The essay “Of Ambition” can be used as evidence to prove the worldly wisdom of Sir Francis Bacon. It covers every profession and department of Bacon’s era.